Some 400 spectators gathered at the base of Red Mountain Saturday afternoon to cheer on at least 20 enthusiastic individuals who were willing to brave the changing weather and frigid water for Red’s annual Slush Cup. Colourful costumes and minimal costumes were the order of the day for those willing to hurtle themselves down the slopes and into the slushy pool for a variety of prizes and notoriety.

Slushy send-off to ski season in Greater Trail

Some 400 spectators gathered at the base of Red Mountain Saturday afternoon to cheer on those willing to brave the frigid water.



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